Lithuania is the biggest of the Baltic states and regards itself as the region’s economic powerhouse. Certainly it has succeeded in attracting significant inflows of foreign direct investment, with investors encouraged by a combination of a stable economy, low inflation, low labour costs and a liberal business environment. Corporation Tax is 15%, one of the lowest rates in the EU. But investors are still advised to tread carefully. We offer a range of Lithuanian company formation services, so please contact us for further information about how we can help you.
Company Incorporation Lithuania
Company Formation FAQs
- What are the main types of Lithuanian company formation?
- What are the main features of a Public Limited Company?
- What documents are required to register a Public Limited Company?
- What are the main features of a Private Limited Company?
- What documents are required for the company formation of a Private Limited Company?
- What are the main features of a Partnership?
- What are the main features of a Branch or Representative Office?
- How easy is it to recruit staff in Lithuania?
- What is the regulatory environment like for those considering company incorporation in Lithuania?
- Are there financial incentives available?
- And what about banking facilities?
Branch and Subsidiary Information
Open a Branch in Lithuania
Lithuania is the largest state in the Baltic region and its geographical position allows for excellent trade links between Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and Russia. This makes it a very attractive country for foreign investors, particularly when establishing a branch in order to increase company exposure and global presence. Branches are legally regulated by The Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania.
Open a Subsidiary in Lithuania
Lithuania is a relatively small business market but with its prime location, business in Russia and Western and Southern Europe is easily accessible. A developed network of transport links connects the country to these extensive consumer markets, making it a profitable investment. Foreign investors can also benefit from a non-discriminatory business environment and free transfer of dividends and capital.